Norcal the Constitution and IFS Loan Collection


What up hommies!

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Playing a ton of soccer, working and getting ready for school has left me pretty busy… Of course my responsibility to our beloved society is a priority so this post has been in the back of my head for some time now.
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The Constitution is attached and the changes have been made so that quorum will now be 50 + 1. I think this was a good decision made in the last meeting, hopefully one day we can rely on a larger gathering but for now this makes sense.
Our Micro loan business may have been too risky a venture in these tough economic times to really take off. I do have good news about Oscar Ruperto Mayorga Garcia. Apparently his “agriculture” business has recently done quite well, I’m not sure what he’s growing but my suspicion is that it’s only legal for medicinal purposes in California. From what I hear Mr. Garcia was trying to make an honest living growing squash and corn until he realized that he would not be able to pay back the loan until 2050. So with a little intimidation from our IFS loan collection agency he decided he would enter the lucrative giggle bush industry. I sent Mr. Garcia a letter explaining that I can care less how he repays the money, but that he repays it. IFS won’t let down a bit till every cent of the $25 loan is paid back in full. (Oh and we wont take “nugs” as payment Mr. Garcia!)
I know some of you may have a couple of questions about our Micro Loan business and in order for complete transparency I have anticipated some questions and answered them;
Q. Do we qualify for Federal Stimulus money?
A. No, I checked and President Obama will be receiving a letter soon.
Q. How much has Mr. Garcia paid back?
A. He has paid back 47% which is about $11.75
Q. When did we contract a loan collection agency?
A. Umm, I think in March sometime.
Q: Does Kiva have a timeline for repayment?
A. Yes but it’s very flexible, which is an understatement. According to Kiva Mr. Garcia’s progress has been, “payments made on time.” Don’t worry, our collection agency has been leaving threatening letters on Mr. Garcia’s door step and I think we may have repossessed his pet goat.
Well amigos that should answer the questions you might have had. If you think of any others, I really don’t know what to tell you. Hope to see you bad-asses soon!
Love, E
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9 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Rousing
    Sep 13, 2009 @ 22:43:58


  2. health
    Sep 04, 2009 @ 18:35:30

    I understand where you guys are coming from. That’s ok if you guys want to hold off on Philly. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to go anywhere else for New Years this year. I get to go home about once or twice a year and over the winter break is the only extended time I’ll have off from work/school. Thanks for considering and if anyone changes their mind, the invitation is still open since I will be there regardless. Hope all you boys are doing well!

  3. interior
    Sep 04, 2009 @ 13:22:40

    I would have to agree with rousing about defacing a new city for the new year celebration. Health I salute your planning and gusto, and my arteries know just how much I love Philadelphia, but I do think we should visit somewhere that IFS has yet to grace, and consequently, no longer be allowed…Durham sounds like a fine place, if the Rebbi is on board, but I wouldn’t mind any city as long as everyone is together. That is the only important factor for me. It’s only Sept. so everyone should have plenty of time to get their (Oregon, sorry bout your stupid fuckin running back) ducks in a row in time for a new year celebration. I would like to hear any ideas and look forward to seeing many drunk monks together for another New Year, Spring Break Little boys gone wild celebration.

  4. Rousing
    Sep 01, 2009 @ 21:54:27

    Norm jam is coming to I-town jam! IN!

  5. Rousing
    Sep 01, 2009 @ 21:13:56

    Oh ok, I see now. I don’t know if striking it is necessary – if we can use it for special elections, then maybe one day it will come in useful. Thanks for the explanation jam.

  6. letters
    Sep 01, 2009 @ 18:24:20

  7. Phil
    Sep 01, 2009 @ 17:25:51

    If you want to strike it or amend it we can put it on the agenda under new business. Let me know.

  8. Phil
    Sep 01, 2009 @ 15:37:58

    Yeah we’ve never really needed this section, it is really only if we ever need to have an election. For example if we ever need a treasurer or whatever it could come into play. It may not even be applicable to us ever. We can be as creative as we want with it or strike it completely and refer to Roberts Rule if it ever comes up. What this is, is a separate committee to oversee elections.

  9. Rousing
    Aug 30, 2009 @ 11:08:01

    WOW, great work here E. Very thorough.
    For the next official meeting, which I believe will be the annual meeting in SB, I hope that we can follow through with all of the items that you have included here – we’ve ran through a lot of these ‘actions’ in the past, but I haven’t seen the “Inspector of Elections” portion of the Constitution in action yet…maybe I missed it when I was in Deutschland.
    Great work man. Looking forward to the next meeting!